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Relatives of Egyptian Coptic Christians purportedly murdered in Libya by mil...
The small hamlet of el-Aour is reeling from the massacre of 13 of its men in Libya, where they worked. A lack of jobs in Egypt means laborers still head to neighboring Libya, despite the danger.
Conventional wisdom is that income inequality has gotten worse in the years since the financial crisis, but new research by a George Washington University professor says that's not what the data show.
The Whites...
Price says that in every precinct there's one cop who just can't let go of a case. "They all reminded me of Ahab ... looking for their whales," he says. Price's latest is called The Whites.
People gathered to pay their respects to the two victims who died in the attacks in Copenhagen. The suspected gunman was killed by police, and two men have been charged in connection with the attack.
One quarter of India lives with little or no light when the sun goes down. Green entrepreneurs are looking to spread the light with renewable energy and alleviate poverty in the bargain.
The cease-fire meant to end nearly a year of fighting in eastern Ukraine looks increasingly fragile. David Greene talks to Katerina Malofeyeva, a resident of Donetsk, who assists journalists.